Today's News

  • Thumbs up, thumbs down

    Every month, The Oldham Era’s editorial board gives a thumbs up or thumbs down to several local issues. But you can weigh in too: to submit your thumbs up or thumbs down on a particular issue, send an e-mail to editor@oldhamera.com.

  • How some save fuel and money

    As gas and food prices continue to rise, residents of Oldham County are finding their own ways to save money – whether it is selling items to pawn shops or online or finding a cheaper ride to work.Ron Gardner owns A-1 Jewelry & Pawn Shop in La Grange.

  • Student summit

    The revamping of the Oldham County schools’ gifted and talented program won’t happen until next year, but a group of middle school students enjoyed the benefits May 29 of what the program already has to offer.A group of gifted and talented students from all four count

  • Neighbors rally for family with fundraiser

    LA GRANGE – What started as a chance for friends and neighbors to gather, play a little golf and show support for George and Jan Karpin has turned in an event that will surpass anything they first envisionedIt’s typical of the Glen Eagles Estates neighbors who have rallied aroun

  • Lawsuit filed by former SOHS wrestler alleges abuse by teammates

    The parents of a former South Oldham High School wrestler filed a lawsuit Friday claiming older members of the SOHS wrestling team allegedly assaulted their son earlier this year and school officials did nothing to prevent it.The lawsuit, filed by Doug and Debbie Badon on behalf

  • Two-time title jumper

    LOUISVILLE – A little competition brought out the best in North Oldham junior Erin Overcash.Overcash, a high jumper, won her second straight AA state high jump title Saturday at the University of Louisville with a personal best jump of 5-6.

  • Education Briefs

    10 graduate from IWUTen students from Oldham County were among 1,700 students who received degrees during graduation ceremonies April 26 at Indiana Wesleyan University’s main campus in Marion.

  • County Events

    Thursday, June 5

  • Oldham County Middle receives School to Watch honors

    What does a high performing middle school look like? Dressed in red, white and blue T-shirts with the emblem of their mascot under a magnifying glass, Oldham County Middle School accepted the honor of being named a National School to Watch. As a School to Watch, OCMS serves as model of academic excellence, developmental responsiveness, social equity and organizational structure that sustains dynamic improvement and reform.

  • The Honor Roll

    Liberty Elementary, third grading periodUpper Primary<